Answered By: Kathleen Goldfarb Last Updated: May 13, 2015 Views: 22
I am unable to open the file you sent, but let me suggest some search strategies.
Begin at the Library's libguide homepage (link below)
Scroll down on the left side of the screen to 'A-Z Databases'
From there, I would suggest the 'Hot Topics and News' tab, and the EBSCO Academic Search Complete as the first database to try.
If you are off campus, when you begin to search you may be asked to log in. Use your COM ID number and last name. I think they are trying to set up a way that if you are logged into Blackboard, you do not need to log into our databases, but not sure if that is in effect yet.
Select some words to describe your topic. ADHD us a good place to start. Are you interested is specific topics about ADHD, e.g. treatment, causes, symptoms? You can add those to your search.\
You can also search the library catalog, WorldCat for Books and eBooks, (link below) or if you are working from home, and you prefer eBooks, you can go to the EBSCO eBook site (link below).
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